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  • C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. Icon
    C++Builder: 1 codebase, 1 UI designer, 4 platforms. Icon

    The best visual IDE for creating fast performance native apps across platforms. Start today a 30-Day trial (no credit card needed).

    Modern C++, standards-compliant with enhanced language extensions, beautiful native UI tools, and cross-compilation to Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. We provide the ‘full stack’ for native app development, from database to native and flexible UI to REST and more. If you want crossplatform C++ done right - choose the Complete App Platform for Multi-Device Native Development - Choose C++Builder.
  • Trial SolarWinds Backup and you could receive a free Amazon Echo Dot Trial SolarWinds Backup and you could receive a free Amazon Echo Dot Icon
    SolarWinds Backup provides lightning-quick recovery that can restore business continuity after a disaster. For a limited time only, when you try SolarWinds Backup and store at least 100GB of selected data, you have the chance to receive a free Amazon Echo Dot.
  • PDFedit

    Free editor for PDF documents. Complete editing of PDF documents is possible with PDFedit. You can change raw pdf objects (for advanced users) or use many gui functions. Functionality can be easily extended using a scripting language (ECMAScript).

  • JSmol Icon

    JSmol

    JavaScript-Based Molecular Viewer From Jmol

    JSmol is the extension of the Java-based molecular visualization applet Jmol (jmol.sourceforge.net) as an HTML5 JavaScript-only web app. It can be used in conjunction with the Java applet to provide an alternative to Java when the platform does not support that (iPhone/iPad) or does not support applets (Android). Used in conjunction with the Jmol JavaScript Object (http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/Jmol_Javascript_Object), JSmol seamlessly offers alternatives to Java on these non-Applet platforms. JSmol can read all the files that Jmol reads. You can do all the scripting that Jmol does. You can create all the buttons and links and such that you are used to creating for Jmol. All of the rendering capability of the Jmol applet is there. JSmol has both a console and a popup menu. JSmol is integrated fully with JSME and JSpecView. A "lite" version of JSmol provides minimal functionality (balls and sticks only) for extremely small-bandwith apps. Released 1/12/2013

  • bonzeye, bonZeye, bonsai, bonsi, BonPsi

    ((( bonzeye, bonZeye, bonsai, bonsi, BonPsi ))) a Volumetric Botanical Visualization for File Hierarchy Interfacing Goals: platform independence and consistency across devices, personalized and familiar tree-like branching structure, custom 2D overlays

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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